Issue No. 01 - January-March (2003 vol. 2)
Stuart Goose , Siemens Corporate Research
Sandra Sudarsky , Siemens Corporate Research
Xiang Zhang , Siemens Corporate Research
Nassir Navab , Siemens Corporate Research
<p>A maintenance technician who talks to pumps and pipes might not seem like the ideal person to entrust with keeping a factory running smoothly, but the mobile Speech-Enabled Augmented Reality framework could make such behavior in the future anything but suspicious. The SEAR framework uses flexible, scalable vision-based localization techniques to offer the technician a seamless multimodal user interface. The interface juxtaposes a graphical augmented-reality view with a context-sensitive speech dialogue concerning industrial equipment in the technician?s immediate vicinity.</p>
augmented reality, multimodal, speech recognition, visual markers
N. Navab, X. Zhang, S. Goose and S. Sudarsky, "Speech-Enabled Augmented Reality Supporting Mobile Industrial Maintenance," in IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 2, no. , pp. 65-70, 2003.